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      03-25-2008, 11:36 PM   #1
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e90 with H&R sports springs & koni yellows

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Does anybody have a e90 with H&R sports springs and koni yellows with the following tire sizes?

245/35/19 fronts
275/30/19 rears

My question is, if you do have this setup. Does your fronts rub? I'm not worried about the rears, since I'm going to get my fenders rolled.

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hmm so your going with 19s ay? 245 is kinda wide for the front but i don't think you'll rub theres a few members running this same set up but not sure if there on konis
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Im on H&R race springs and I do not rub in the front with a 245/35 and my front wheel is a 19x8.5 ET35. If you are running a similar wheel size and offset you will be fine. Even a 275 in the rear is ok on the sedan as well, depending on the offset of the wheel though.
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Im on H&R race springs and I do not rub in the front with a 245/35 and my front wheel is a 19x8.5 ET35. If you are running a similar wheel size and offset you will be fine. Even a 275 in the rear is ok on the sedan as well, depending on the offset of the wheel though.
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